This is the second time we have been to Marilyn's at the Tuscany, a fun and friendly restaurant hidden in a casino. The people are very accommodating, there was a long line to get in, but they moved people around very efficiently. The service was friendly and helpful, nice people. The food was outstanding and we walked away with enough food for lunch the next day- delicious!!! The reason we returned to Marilyn's on this trip was because we were so satisfied and delighted. Every time we go to Vegas we will plan a stop this hidden gem in the desert!!!
Real food, well prepared & very reasonably priced. Definitely more of a 'cafe' than a 'restaurant' atmosphere, but quite OK. Very attentive and friendly service without being over-the-top. We ate dinner here before the Rat Pack is Back show. It turned out to be a great idea.
We visited Marilyn’s 4 times on this visit to Las Vegas in January 2016. It’s a great place to dine in a relaxing atmosphere with a decent menu that is fairly priced. If you’re 50+, ask for a Senior menu to have more choices. 1) Our first visit was on Friday afternoon 1/15. We had just arrived and took a taxi directly to the Tuscany from the airport since we had a few hours before we could check in at the Venetian. We started at Marilyn’s and had lunch. I had the Reuben with a baked potato plus iced tea, and my other half had the “unlimited” Friday special, FishnChips, but one order filled him up! He drank water. Emilia was our waitperson and made sure we received great service as we sat near the back. Food was good, and everything was great. 2) We returned on Sunday 1/17 to stay at the Tuscany and had a late lunch at Marilyn’s after we checked in. I had the Senior menu Steak & Eggs, which was very good. The steak seemed larger than 6 oz and was tasty. The eggs, hash browns, and toast completed the meal. My other half had the Senior menu Chopped steak. We both had iced tea, but our waiter Daniel rang up an apple pie dessert by accident, he said, and left that on the ticket since it was slightly less than 2 iced teas. I think he wanted a larger tip, but I tipped my usual 15% rounded up to the nearest dollar for average service. We sat in a booth along the wall about halfway back this time. 3) Our third visit was for breakfast just after we checked out of the Tuscany and stored our bags for the day on 1/18. I again had the Senior Steak and eggs with the same sides: two eggs over medium, hash browns, and sourdough toast. My other half had the Senior Marilyn’s starter. I think that was pancake and eggs with meat. He had coffee, and I had iced tea. Agnes was our server, and we sat along the wall on the side closer to the right as you walk in. Everything was average again 4) After our last day in Vegas and before retrieving our stored bags and heading to the airport, we o